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Re: news of Dataw

October 11, 2016, 4:03 pm

That's bigger than *YOUR* HUD subsidized apartment, Shelly! Read more »

Which is lighter, an electric or petrol chainsaw ?

September 30, 2016, 5:38 pm

My old electric chainsaw has finally given up, beyond repair. It was very heavy to use so no great loss. Which would be lighter, an electric or petrol replacement ? Just need a smallish one ?14/16... Read more »

Allen leaf shredder parts

September 28, 2016, 12:17 pm

I'm looking for a tri-lobed blade for my Allen LSC505 leaf shredder (Mighty Mac) - genuine parts are hard to come by - or is there an alternative which would fit? -- Siencyn Read more »

Vine for garage wall

September 24, 2016, 9:18 pm

Hi, folks -L00king for your recommendations for vine to climb up garage wall: Area:So. Calif coastal Exposure: West, unobstructed Would like: Fast-growing; lots of flowers (I can dream...) Water... Read more »

Re: OT Straws?

September 20, 2016, 2:55 pm

Sounds like my family. ;-) -- Warm Regards, Malachi Martin Read more »

Tree to identify

September 19, 2016, 6:05 am

Hello all, Yet one more plant to identify please! Here is the leaf and the fruit: My friend from France says it may be what he termed a Japanese apple. ... Read more »

Fall Ground Treatment

September 18, 2016, 7:33 pm

Greeting fellow garden fans, What's the best type of grass seed and method to get some grass on this section of the yard? I've got a 300 sq ft section of yard that is partially under a pine tree ... Read more »

My hardy annuals are rubbish

September 16, 2016, 10:40 am

I only sow with easy hardy annuals but I rarely get good results. When I sow in open ground they usually don't appear at all ?eaten by slugs/snails. I have sown nasturtiams, calendula and trailing s... Read more »

Cherry Laurel with powdery mildew and shothole

September 13, 2016, 1:56 pm

Hello, I need your wisdom and advise. We live in London and have a mature Cherry Laurel hedge in front of our house, currently at 8ft tall. For the past year or two it is unfortunately suffering ba... Read more »

Re: Meat for Pastys and the like

September 12, 2016, 12:47 pm

Brooklyn1 expressed precisely : No one wants to share your she-boon with you, Shelly. Read more »

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Throwing Snow In Neighbors Yard? Illegal? LONG!! rating: 5

Hello Everyone, I am new here and am looking for some help or information please. Unfortunately, I do not live in the country, but I wish I did, I hate the city. If I could afford it, I would move t... Read more »

blue hydrangeas and coffee grounds rating: 5

I planted a couple Nikko blue hydrangeas two years ago, but the flowers haven't been blue (they were more of a pinkish white). I watered them with an aluminum sulfate solution this spring and last ... Read more »

Uncovered a rabbit nest iin my half-barrel planter rating: 5

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Just discovered them while trying to put in some big Coleus. What on earth made them think it was a good place for a nest up off the ground, and what, if anything, should I do? I don't want them in t... Read more »

Planting bulbs under pea gravel? rating: 5

Hiya, I have a few beds with bulbs in them and was looking to put pea gravel down on top. I realize the pea gravel will help keep the weeds down but will it also prevent the bulbs from sprouting?... Read more »

Bare root strawberries (shelf life, indoor life - to survive in the frost,... rating: 5

Hi, Yesterday, I bought a bag of =93bare root strawberries=94 from my local Lowes. It contains 10 bare-root plants. I am trying to find out what is the option for me; Option 1: (a) Keep in shelf ind... Read more »

Watering tomato plants w/sea water rating: 5

Interesting article from Science Daily. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ WATERING TOMATO PLANTS WITH DILUTED SEAWATER BOOSTS LEVELS OF ANTIOXIDANTS Watering tomatoes with diluted seawater ca... Read more »

plant with translucent stem rating: 5

I have just seen a plant in an Open Gardenthat I would like in my garden but the owner does not know its name. It has a singlebtranslucent stem (a bit like a balsam plant but it is a perrenial,not a... Read more »

MCPA and roses rating: 5

I have some clover growing in my rose bed - the sort of clover that is big vigorous and puts out runners that just break off even if you try to dig then up. I am sick of trying to dig this stuff o... Read more »

Ever grow more food in your garden than you could use? <<Please rea... rating: 5 is a nationwide (USA) non-profit working to eliminate the waste of locally grown fresh food by connecting home/community gardeners to almost 8,000 food pantries across all 50 sta... Read more »

Veronica or Salvia rating: 5

Have a very hard time remembering if I put in Veronica (spikey) or salvia. Is there any surefire way to distinquish the perennial varieties? I am certain the leaves are different. My salvia/veroni... Read more » is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here. All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.